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Launch of the EMS Cooperative Business Plan 2017-2020
In addition, the General Assembly reviewed the progress made during the last four years, noting the growth in volume of over 20% achieved by its 182 members. The EMS Cooperative held over 70 regional events during the Doha cycle to support member adoption of new standards, Pay-for-performance, and the completion of individual action plans in order to reach network key performance indicators.
Best practice in service performance improvement leading to growth in EMS export volume was shared by members from Malaysia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Twinning project updates were given by China and Morocco to highlight the activities taken by China and Japan and between Egypt, Morocco and UAE to improve the service in their respective high impact trade lanes which is expected to positively impact global network reliability. Finally, the UPU Director General, Bishar Hussein, and Deputy Director General, Pascal Clivaz, joined the EMS Cooperative Chairman, Patrick Richon, in recognizing the outstanding achievement of the 2015 performance award winners:
- Gold: Azerbaijan; Great Britain; Hungary; Hong Kong (China); Latvia; Malaysia; Mongolia; Poland; Saint Lucia; Singapore; Slovakia.
- Silver: Barbados; Brazil; Cyprus; Czech Rep.; Samoa.
- Bronze: Iran (Islamic Rep.); Canada; Portugal; Moldova.
And the 2015 EMS Customer Care Award winners:
- Medium group winners: Kenya, Korea (Rep.) and Singapore.
- Small group winners: Iceland and Mauritius.
2016 Extraordinary EMS Cooperative General Assembly
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More members join the EMS Cooperative
Welcome to Haiti, Nepal and Suriname as the latest members to join the EMS Cooperative (from 1 September) >> 182 EMS Cooperative members